• Two handles for easy balance.
  • Good fitting rose, which is removable for when large stream of water required. Rose for normal watering through to fine spray for watering seedlings.
  • Replacement roses available.
  • Graduated measures on side for easy filling.
  • Well-balanced both during transportation and also once start pouring. Less chance of drips or spillage accidents.
  • UV stabilished.

Sturdy plastic watering can ideal for all regular watering and fertilising. A lightweight, double handled watering can. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Contemporary shape.



  • 1.5L
  • 5L
  • 9L

How to Use

Opening large enough to easily get it under the tap, but small enough to stop water from spilling out when transporting.

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